Naruto Shippuden joins Kidicraft portfolio

Published on: 1st November 2022

The hugely popular anime property Naruto is the latest major licence to be given Kidicraft’s Prime 3D puzzle treatment, joining the Prime 3D Marvel Comic Book Cover range.

Naruto: ShippudenKidicraft has announced the newest addition to its licensed puzzle portfolio, as the popular property Naruto Shippuden continues to take the Toys & Games market by storm. The TV series Naruto Shippuden follows Naruto Uzamaki, a loud, mischievous adolescent ninja, who struggles as he searches for recognition and dreams of becoming Hokage, the village’s leader and strongest ninja.

The company’s new Prime 3D puzzles will be available in 300- and 500-piece counts and will feature fan-favourite characters including the eponymous Naruto himself, Sasuke Uchiha – Naruto’s biggest rival – and Kakashi Hatake, the quiet and mysterious leader of the team. These exciting puzzles capture Naruto’s powerful stories of dreaming big and never giving up, and are sure to be popular with anime enthusiasts this festive season.

Pre orders are being taken now, with stock due in November.

Following on from the huge success of its Marvel range, Kidicraft is launching an impressive 300-piece Prime 3D Marvel Comic Book Cover range.

An art form of its own, the new range immortalises the universal comic book cover design Marvel introduced in the 80s, which included a corner box with unique art. The new range comprises six eye-catching designs to choose from including a Marvel double feature featuring Captain America and Iron Man. Mighty Thor, Incredible Hulk, Lethal Protector Venom, Black Panther and the Amazing Spiderman will also feature.

Retailers interested in stocking the new puzzle ranges are advised to contact Kidicraft on 01282 505 988 or email


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